HID under arrest

To all forum readers and car owner

check for me whether in Miri, will we get saman for using HID? I read somewhere in the PGX forum that there will be having roadblocks and they saman RM300 for using HID.

Pls share. Who knows badluck if Bruneian go down n then kena saman.

Lets share

maybe its applicable in Miri today, just read it in a newspaper, and Its rm3000 I think, not rm300

well…if u all hear any news bout it, pls share…i too worry if i go down. always wait for the rain to come then i dare to jalan jalan…

i don’t believe got that suay barr, i try to watch out for people getting saman and see

Ops Tutup Sarawak dilancar

KUCHING Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ) Sarawak akan melancarkan Ops Tutup di seluruh bahagian di negeri ini bermula hari ini sehingga 30 November ini.

Pengarah JPJ Sarawak, Abdul Hamed Akob berkata, operasi selama 12 jam sepanjang tempoh tersebut adalah pertama kali diadakan dengan melibatkan penyertaan 146 anggota penguat kuasa dari seluruh negeri ini.

Beliau berkata, Ops Tutup bermula pada pukul 6 pagi hingga 6 petang itu akan diselia oleh penyelia operasi JPJ dari Semenanjung.

"Antara lokasi-lokasi sekatan jalan raya dan rondaan ialah Stesen Penguat kuasa (SP) Skaloh di Miri, SP Stapang (Sibu), SP Serian, Bintulu berhampiran Pusat Pemeriksaan Kenderaan Berkomputer Sdn. Bhd., (Puspakom).

“Selain itu, Ops Tutup akan diadakan di Simpang Bulat (Sarikei), Jalan Bako-Sejingkat (Kuching) dan Jalan Outering (Kota Samarahan),” katanya kepada pemberita di sini semalam.

Abdul Hamed berkata, Ops Tutup akan menumpukan kepada penguatkuasaan undang-undang di bawah Seksyen 19 Akta Pelesenan Kenderaan Perdagangan 1987 (ALPKP 1987) atas kesalahan membawa barang melebihi muatan.

Ujar beliau, operasi tersebut juga akan tertumpu kepada kenderaan perdagangan dan persendirian yang menggunakan lampu hadapan jenis High-Intensity Discharge (HID) atau lebih dikenali lampu xenon.

“Selain itu, objektif Ops Tutup ini ialah mahu mempertingkatkan penguatkuasaan ke atas semua jenis kenderaan dan melahirkan kesedaran di kalangan pengguna jalan raya tentang pentingnya mematuhi undang-undang jalan raya,” jelas beliau.

Sementara itu, Abdul Hamed mengingatkan bagi kenderaan perdagangan yang membawa lebihan muatan boleh didenda maksimum RM10,000 atau dipenjara setahun atau kedua-duanya sekali di bawah Seksyen 19 (3) ALPKP 1987.

Katanya, bagi pemandu yang didapati mengubah suai lampu kenderaan mereka kepada HID akan diberikan tempoh 10 hari untuk menukar lampu tersebut atau boleh dikompaun sebanyak RM300.

Sumber : Utusan Malaysia Online

sorry gang.alay…i better share than not…

Lampu hadapan kenderaan jenis HID tidak dibenar

PUTRAJAYA 10 Okt. - Pemasangan lampu hadapan jenis High-Intensity Discharge (HID) atau lebih dikenali lampu xenon tidak lagi dibenarkan ke atas semua kenderaan bermotor, berkuat kuasa Disember ini.

Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ), Datuk Solah Mat Hassan berkata, ini kerana pemasangan lampu jenis itu akan menghasilkan sudut pancaran cahaya dan suhu yang tinggi mengakibatkan penglihatan pemandu lain terganggu.

Serentak itu, kata beliau, notis amaran akan dikeluarkan mengikut Peraturan 96 (2) Kaedah Kenderaan Bermotor (Pembinaan dan Pengunaan) 1959 sehingga akhir November ini.

Tegasnya, pemilik kenderaan yang didapati melanggar peraturan itu akan dikompaun sehingga RM300.

''Mereka juga akan diminta menukar serta-merta lampu tersebut kepada lampu jenis biasa.

''Berikutan ini juga pemasangan lampu jenis ini secara berasingan yang dilakukan selepas kenderaan dijual tidak lagi dibenarkan kecuali penukaran keseluruhan sistem lampu tersebut. Ia juga perlu mendapat akreditasi daripada SIRIM," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang akhbar pertama beliau setelah dilantik menerajui jabatan itu 6 Oktober lalu di pejabatnya di sini hari ini.

Turut hadir ialah Timbalan Ketua Pengarah JPJ, Ruhaizah Mohamed Rashid dan Pengarah Bahagian Kejuruteraan Automatif, Ir. Zahamail Omar.

Solah berkata, JPJ akan meningkatkan penguatkuasaan penggunaan lampu jenis tersebut yang sehingga kini telah dikenal pasti sebanyak 304 kes di seluruh negara.

''Pemasangan lampu HID yang dibenarkan boleh dirujuk di cawangan JPJ berdekatan iaitu dihadkan kepada pemasangan daripada pengilang mengikut peraturan yang ditetapkan," katanya.

Sumber : Utusan Melayu

[quote=“Sucide”]To all forum readers and car owner

check for me whether in Miri, will we get saman for using HID? I read somewhere in the PGX forum that there will be having roadblocks and they saman RM300 for using HID.

Pls share. Who knows badluck if Bruneian go down n then kena saman.

Lets share[/quote]

why worry if yours is original…

u have the same feeling as me ya… when i go up for sushi… i have to wait… sometimes for bad weather and sometimes just press my luck and hope no block coz in Brunei… the traffic will not let u go even your tinted glass is only very light… :cry:

ops tutup is for lorries…not for normal car…why wanna use hid?? wasting money only lar…if wanna use hid, used it on your fog lamp la…or else go pasang spot light…hehehe…

Sarawak cracks down on vehicles with blinding headlights
By NST newsdesk

2008/11/16

A statewide crackdown dubbed Ops Tutup on cars fitted with the blinding high intensity discharge (HID) headlamps gets on the way tomorrow. State Road Transport Department (RTD) director Hamed Akob, in announcing the two-week Ops Tutup today, said for a start, owners of these cars will only be issued with a warning. They will be given 10 days to revert to the original factory-fitted headlamps.

Owners who failed to comply would have their cars blacklisted.

They will be required to bring their cars back for inspection. If they dont do so after the 10-day period, its assumed they have not complied with the notice and we will blacklist the car, he added.

Cars that are blacklisted cannot get the insurance and road tax renewed.

From Dec 1, the department will issue an on-the-spot RM300 compound fine to owners of such cars. Repeat offenders will have to pay fines between RM1,000 and RM10,000.

They also face a jail sentence.

HID headlamps are without filament. They use Xenon gas, which emit blindingly blue light.

In the same operation, the RTD is also targetting overloaded trucks, vehicles with expired road tax and drivers without valid driving licences.

http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/ … index_html

For those of us, who cannot read BM. =)

[quote=“LWong”]Sarawak cracks down on vehicles with blinding headlights
By NST newsdesk

2008/11/16

A statewide crackdown dubbed Ops Tutup on cars fitted with the blinding high intensity discharge (HID) headlamps gets on the way tomorrow. State Road Transport Department (RTD) director Hamed Akob, in announcing the two-week Ops Tutup today, said for a start, owners of these cars will only be issued with a warning. They will be given 10 days to revert to the original factory-fitted headlamps.

Owners who failed to comply would have their cars blacklisted.

They will be required to bring their cars back for inspection. If they dont do so after the 10-day period, its assumed they have not complied with the notice and we will blacklist the car, he added.

Cars that are blacklisted cannot get the insurance and road tax renewed.

From Dec 1, the department will issue an on-the-spot RM300 compound fine to owners of such cars. Repeat offenders will have to pay fines between RM1,000 and RM10,000.

They also face a jail sentence.

HID headlamps are without filament. They use Xenon gas, which emit blindingly blue light.

In the same operation, the RTD is also targetting overloaded trucks, vehicles with expired road tax and drivers without valid driving licences.

http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/ … index_html

For those of us, who cannot read BM. =)[/quote]

hrm… i see loop hole…

wahhhhh y vry strick now hahhhh…hurmmmm

ya tangkap tangkap …

Kalau kena cekup sebelum 1 Disember 2008 ni, dapat borang PG1 je, bukannya saman tapi lepas dapat borang PG1 kena buat pemeriksaan di PUSPAKOM. Kalau tak, kena senarai hitam (Blacklisted). Leceh kan?

Read this related forum viewtopic.php?f=2&t=16023

no offense la …but some of these HID lights are really blinding the opposing cars…its really dangerous especially during rainy weathers …

maybe those ppl should go to tint shop and apply tint at their headlight so it will reduce the light…

Just kidding la…hahaha…* ruuunnnnnnnnn * :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

maybe those ppl should go to tint shop and apply tint at their headlight so it will reduce the light…

Just kidding la…hahaha…* ruuunnnnnnnnn * :mrgreen: :mrgreen:[/quote]

Gud idea, tint the HID headlight. Bila kena cekup traffic/JPJ, dapat dua saman. Hahaha…

In fact ppl who install HID should adjust the lamp lower then original setup. HID is safe to use and in fact it help to see the road clearer. I hav been using for 3 yrs and havent change any yet. got 1 time i use original ordinary halogen bulb n hit a dog. now with HJD i canbetter ahead,…

Good idea to share, but how many HID user will adjust the lamp lower than the original setup?

No HID , No Ah Beng feel lo.